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  • Visual Analytics - Enabling Images to Speak for Themselves

    In this lecture from the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage (ADCH-CH), Björn Ommer discusses Visual Analytics's concern of how to teach machines to enable visuals to speak for themselves. Pointing out the current inadequacy of research tools in the humanities, Ommer discusses questions such as "How would research in the humanities benefit if computers could handle images just as competently as they presently process text?"
  • How to share your research using Social Media

    Social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, Reddit, and Facebook can be great places for academics to share their research and reach new audiences. In this video, Dr Bob Nicholson (Edge Hill University, UK) will demonstrate the techniques he uses to share his research on Twitter.
  • Shaping the Unseen - Behind the Scenes of Data Visualization

    In this lecture from the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage (ADCH-CH), Jan Willem Tulp gives an overview of data visualisation as a type of data representation. Additionally, he discusses types of visualisation such as impression or experience as well as case studies, such as the European Space Agency or Tulp's project on 2012 national elections in the Netherlands.
  • The Importance of User-Centred Design for Open Science Training

    This training event is devoted specifically to giving an understanding of the importance of the co-design process and the impact it has on the development of digital tools such as the GoTriple Discovery platform. It provides insight on the importance of end-user needs in the design of a discovery platform, the methods used in the TRIPLE Project to consider user needs and showcases the next steps for the GoTriple platform now that the Beta version is released.
    Authors
    • Paula Forbes
    • Francesca Di Donato
    • Lottie Provost
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  • Looking for Revolution in the Data Pool

    In this lecture from the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage (ADCH-CH), Keith Baker addresses the Digital Humanities dimensions of two projects ('Writing Rights' and 'Revolutionizing Revolution') against the academic background at Stanford. This lecture gives special attention to exploring the possibilities of digital archives as well as visualisation in the field of history.
  • Introduction to Persistent Identifiers

    This webinar focuses on 'Persistent Identifiers' (PIDs) and basic concepts of referencing objects. It discusses why so many PID platforms exist, presents aspects of sustainability, demonstrates some added-value services, and talks about practical experiences and open issues.
  • You Never Build Just One Interface - You Don't Even Own It

    In this closing keynote at the DARIAH Virtual Annual Event 2021, Chris Heilmann, Principal PM for developer tools at Microsoft, covers a range of user-scenarios that he had to cover in the 25 years of building products for people on the web and what benefits it had to let go.
  • Computational Museology

    This keynote lecture delivered at the DARIAH Annual Event 2021 by Sarah Kenderdine explores how computation has become ‘experiential, spatial and materialized; embedded and embodied’.
  • Greek, Latin, Classics and the Need for a Global Philology

    In this lecture from the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage (ADCH-CH), Professor Crane discusses the need for a global philology. Combining classical philology and computer science, Crane aims to apply computer-based methods to the study of human cultural development. He discusses the necessity for project oriented, research, reusable code and infrastructures which support it.
  • EOSC Architecture Training

    This training event from the TRIPLE Project is devoted specifically to the EOSC Architecture, and provides information on the following topics, among others: Overview of the EOSC Architecture principles; Main components of the EOSC Architecture; Interoperability in the EOSC Architecture; Main documents, projects and further development.
  • Digitality and Music Editions

    In this lecture from the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage (ADCH-CH) entitled "Digitality and Music Editions". Thinking about the Roles of Editors, Stefanie Acquavella-Rauch discusses digitality as a method as well as a phenomenon and its role in music editions. In this talk, digitality is discussed as inhibiting a significant role in how researchers' roles change according to their personal engagement with the digital.
  • Visual Data Discovery for the SSH Context

    The training session is dedicated to Visual Data Discovery in the Social Sciences and Humanities and shows how the GoTriple platform will support exploring research topics with visual search. The added value of knowledge maps and streamgraphs for research discovery are also examined.